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The movie demonstrates some of the possibilities of sound in Flash.
The ability to mix several sound files and to synchronise visual content to
an audio track.

Jaunty movie design - authoring - storyboard - graphics - lip sync to speech.


Time-based media

Flash is a time-based media authoring tool and sound is time-based media, so what happens when you import media, which effectively has its own timeline, into Flash?

The answer to that question is an important part of what we look at in this section. We start with importing sound into Flash.

 

 

 

 

 


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